By Muambo Edward
Football Writer, kick442.com – Cameroon
28-year-old Senegalese international goalkeeper Edouard Mendy has explained the difficulties his is going through as a result of the confinement imposed by the deadly Coronavirus outbreak.
Mendy accepts that football takes second place as far as health is concerned, but the Rennes goalkeeper also pointed to the fact that the change from their usual routine was brutal.
“We are in a situation of total uncertainty, it’s but normal that everything becomes secondary when health is concerned, but at the same time, we hugely miss the competition and the adrenaline that comes with it, especially in season that we have played so many games, most often after every three days,” Mendy said in an interview with French daily L’Equipe.
“Moving from that to nothing, it’s a real brutal change. It’s a period we have to go through. We have to all give our all to brave this difficult times, we could also draw the positives.
“I am with wife and my two children of 2 and 4 years old, and we rarely pass as much time with our families. We are using this opportunity to watch this children grow and to share with them in their activities.”
Edouard Mendy has featured in 24 Ligue 1 games this season for Rennes.
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